Sequence for Kids
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- A sequence game just for kids
- Includes a folding game board, 42 playing cards, 21 red, 21 yellow, 21 blue and 21 green playing chips, Instructions
- Recommended for ages 4 to 7 years
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Even if they can't read yet, younger children can enjoy playing this great strategy-building game. The Sequence Game for Kids is easy to play yet challenging and exciting. Just play a card from your hand, place a chip on a corresponding game board space and when you have 4 in a row, it's a "sequence" and you win. But there's more. Use a unicorn card to place your chip anywhere or a dragon card to remove your opponent's chip. The game comes with 4 colors of playing chips, playing cards and a folding game board. For 2 to 4 players. Reading not required to play. Parts made in USA and imported; assembled in USA.
From the Manufacturer
A SEQUENCE GAME JUST FOR KIDS! Play a card from your hand, place your chip on a corresponding character on the board...When you have 4 in a row, it's a SEQUENCE and you win! Use a UNICORN card to place your chip anywhere or a dragon card to remove your opponent's chip.
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|Item Dimensions||10.5 x 10.5 x 2 in||0.59 x 4.8 x 3.5 in||9 x 13 x 2 in||2.5 x 8.25 x 6.25 in|
|Item Weight||1.63 lbs||1.53 lbs||1.3 lbs||0.7 lb|
Top Customer Reviews
I played this game with my 4 year old and his 2nd and 4th grade cousins and it was a NIGHTMARE. I think4 people is way too many people to be playing this game, we were at a complete stalemate as we tried to sabotage each other from getting 4 in a row, and ended up having to end the game without a winner.
I'm sure we will have several years of fun out of this board game when its just 2 players, but I do think there are better games for 4 year olds. (Zingo, Hoot Owl Hoot, Hisss).
One of my only/main qualms with the game is the box design. Who did this?! The board only folds in half, and to fit everything udner the lid must be place beneath the cardboard insert. This is annoying, as taking it out and putting it away requires you to take the insert out each time. Not a huge deal, but just practically it's a small hindrance. Also, if the board could fold into fourths they could've saved a lot of space in the box, which in turn would've saved space on our shelves.
Anyways, just a thought for future production runs. My two cents anyway.
In this version of Sequence, you each get three cards to start and your colored chips to lay down. (It's nice for my 6 year old, because although he gets the game enough to play the adult version, he can't yet hold all of the cards in his hands for that one, so 3 cards are definatley better then 7 and the cards are almost half the size as regular cards.) Instead of having the normal playing cards of Ace's - King's, these are all animals that differ enough that they don't get confused what card goes with what animal. In this version instead of needed to get two rows of four in order to win, you only have to get one row of four.
I'm glad that my 3 year old likes this game, of course we always have to remind her to draw a card after she plays a card, and she can't hold the cards in her hand yet (or at least doesn't care to) and she her strategy of the game is to put down the animals that she likes the best, she still is involved in the game and not left out at family game time. It's nice to be able to include her in a game, without her gameplay messing us up, even though she doesn't understand how to strategize to win at 3 years old, she is just another person to make our gameplay harder. As for my 6 year old, it is one of his favorite games.